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The Greenland government has announced a ban on oil exploration in the vast Arctic territory. The decision was made in the interests of fishing and to focus the economy on the real potential of the autonomous territory.

"This is a logical step, since the government takes the climate crisis seriously. This decision was also made in the interests of our nature, in the interests of our fisheries and to focus our economy on real potential," said Greenland's Minister of Natural Resources Naai Nathanielsen.

It is reported that the main offshore exploration campaign conducted by the Scottish company Cairn Energy in 2010-2011 did not lead to discoveries, and two oil strategies that previous governments have presented since 2014 failed to attract companies.

In April 2021, parliamentary elections were held in Greenland, in which the opposition left-wing party Inuit Atakatigiit received the majority of mandates. In accordance with the pre-election promise, the Government is currently consulting on a bill banning uranium exploration and production in Greenland. The island of Greenland, 80% of which is covered with ice, has significant natural resources – oil, gas, gold, diamonds, uranium, zinc and lead, but the development of natural resources is fraught with significant difficulties, including due to poorly developed infrastructure and numerous bureaucratic obstacles.

Rosatom State Corporation and the Lomonosov Moscow State University Marine Research Center LLC signed a cooperation agreement on Friday to conduct pilot activities for integrated research and monitoring of surface and underwater environmental safety in the waters of the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation, the Communications Department of Rosatom State Corporation reported.

The agreement was signed in St. Petersburg as part of the Arctic Day.

"We must look at coastal and transit Arctic shipping, the port infrastructure of the NSR at the stage of its construction and operation through the prism of environmental safety. Any of our actions in the Arctic must initially undergo a serious environmental assessment," the Communications department quotes the words of Alexey Likhachev, Director General of Rosatom State Corporation.

He noted that the development of a preliminary program for conducting a regular assessment of the environmental consequences of anthropogenic impact on the environment of the Arctic zone during the operation of the Northern Sea Route (NSR), including nuclear energy facilities, corresponds to the objectives of the implementation of the Arctic Zone Development Strategy of the Russian Federation.

"In the coming year, an international group of experts will be formed and will begin work to develop a set of monitoring and environmental measures taking into account the best world practices, launch an effective mechanism for assessing information on the environmental impact of the operation of the NSR and Scabs at the international, federal, regional and local levels.

The US President's Special Envoy on Climate Issues, John Kerry, expressed hope that the US and Russia will work closely on the climate agenda in the Arctic.
"According to my assessment, Russia's concern about the environmental situation in the Arctic is quite real and has a long-term character... I hope that we will work very, very closely with the leadership of Russia, because Russia is currently chairing the Arctic Council," Kerry said in an interview.

He recalled that he chaired the Arctic Council when he was US Secretary of State. According to him, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov was an excellent partner in helping to try to do something about the Arctic: on black carbon, on electricity emissions, on fishing, on minerals.

John Kerry paid a visit to the Russian Federation from July 12 to 15, where he held talks on climate issues with Russian officials, in particular, with President Vladimir Putin - by phone, and with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and the special representative of the President of the Russian Federation on climate issues Ruslan Edelgeriev - during meetings.

The Arctic Council member states discussed initial work to implement priorities of the newly adopted 2021-2030 Strategic Plan held at the level of senior officials.

According to the press service of the Russian Foreign Ministry, the council’s first executive meeting under the Russian Chairmanship was held in a hybrid format at the Permanent Representation of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) to the President of Russia in Moscow on June 29-30.

“During the two-day event, the Senior Arctic Officials and Permanent Participant Heads of Delegation focused on the steps to be taken to implement the Reykjavik Declaration, which was adopted by the ministers of the eight Arctic states during the Arctic Council Ministerial meeting in May 2021, as well as initial work to implement the priorities of the newly adopted Strategic Plan,” the press release says.

The next meeting of the Senior Officials and a plenary session of the Arctic Council will be held in Salekhard in November 2021.

Scientists will sum up the results of a permafrost seed storage experiment that was launched in Yakutia in the 1970s. Specialists from the Vavilov Federal Research Center All-Russian Institute of Plant Genetic Resources were responsible for conducting the study.

Developed in the 1970s, the relevant technology makes it possible to maintain subzero underground temperatures all year round and to effectively preserve the seeds. An initial check shows that biomaterials, stored for 40 years underground, boast 95 percent germination rates.

“Scientists from the Vavilov Federal Research Center All-Russian Institute of Plant Genetic Resources will visit Yakutia and will analyze the results of an experiment that has lasted over 40 years. A project to assess the possibility of using layers of permafrost to store seeds under from the collection of the Vavilov Institute was launched by this center, the Melnikov Permafrost Institute and the Safonov Yakutia Scientific Research Institute of Agriculture of the Soviet Academy of Sciences’ Siberian Branch in the 1970s,” the press service of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) Government said.

Today, over 11,000 seed samples of agricultural and wild plants are stored in Yakutia at a depth of 11 meters. As the depository maintains natural subzero permafrost temperatures, this makes it possible to minimize electricity expenses and to spend just 4,000 rubles for this purpose annually.

Earlier, President of the Russian Academy of Sciences Alexander Sergeyev suggested that the Arctic Council should establish an international cryogenic seed storage facility in Yakutia because the existing Svalbard Global Seed Vault on West Spitsbergen Island where all countries store samples of plant seeds is beginning to disintegrate because of the melting permafrost.